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2/28
After a relaxing start to the morning, I empty the tent and begin packing up I get up a bit earlier than usual this morning in preparation for the potentially unpredictable dayThumbnailsThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagI get up a bit earlier than usual this morning in preparation for the potentially unpredictable dayThumbnailsThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagI get up a bit earlier than usual this morning in preparation for the potentially unpredictable dayThumbnailsThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagI get up a bit earlier than usual this morning in preparation for the potentially unpredictable dayThumbnailsThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagI get up a bit earlier than usual this morning in preparation for the potentially unpredictable dayThumbnailsThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bag

I could easily spend another day here at Keystone Canyon, but the smartest thing to do is move on. I have to accept the reality that the 10-ton bike could become disabled should I have more problems with my rear rack between here and Baker, where my trip ends.